This ultra-rare history, now in its first reprint since its original publication in Stuttgart during the Occupation, is the story of how the 325th Medical Battalion supported the combat units of the 100th Infantry Division throughout combat in WWII. With its wartime operations uniquely recounted by detachment and company, this book includes a message from Major General Burress and a Foreword (with photo) by Lieutenant Colonel Genette, the battalion commander. Extensive rosters list not only the recipients of the Bronze Star, Purple Heart, Good Conduct Medal, and the battalion's Meritorious Service Plaque, but also memorializes the Killed in Action. Unit personnel rosters list all those who served in the Battalion as well. Thanks to the generosity of Marvin Rosenberg, a veteran of the Battalion's Company A (who loaned his copy to be reproduced), this black and white 72-page history is now available in a spiral-bound version featuring a full-color cover exactly like the original, adorned with the battalion's distinctive insignia (""crest""). Photos, drawings, cartoons, maps, and extensive rosters are all included.